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  • Frozen Yoga? You'll Still Break a Sweat

    Frozen Yoga? You'll Still Break a Sweat

    It seemed as if yoga should have exhausted its opportunities for expansion by now, considering it has already made such unlikely alliances as marijuana, dogs, karaoke and stand-up paddle boards. But the yoga creep carries on with what may be the prac...

  • More Children Eat Fruit in School, Study Shows

    More Children Eat Fruit in School, Study Shows

    According to a study, changes made to government-subsidized meals by the Obama administration to get schoolchildren to eat more fruits are having their intended effect.

  • Wilson is Cleared of Rights Violations in Ferguson Shooting

    Wilson is Cleared of Rights Violations in Ferguson Shooting

    The Justice Department has cleared a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer of civil rights violations in the shooting of Michael Brown, a black teenager whose death set off racially charged and sometimes violent protests last year.

  • A Sugar Rush, Not Crush - Coconut Layer Cake

    A Sugar Rush, Not Crush - Coconut Layer Cake

    It's unusual to be served a homey wedge-shaped slice of layer cake at an ambitious restaurant.

  • A Chicken's Tour of the Mediterranean

    A Chicken's Tour of the Mediterranean

    Braising chicken is a technique to master. The simple process of browning the meat, then adding liquid and gently simmering, ensures tenderness and succulence.

  • Top Tips to Reduce Food Waste at Home

    Top Tips to Reduce Food Waste at Home

    Food reporters and editors share their ideas for improving kitchen storage and using up odds and ends.

  • In Congress, Netanyahu Faults 'Bad Deal' on Iran

    In Congress, Netanyahu Faults 'Bad Deal' on Iran

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel used one of the most prominent platforms in the world Tuesday to warn against what he called a "bad deal" being negotiated with Iran to freeze its nuclear program.

  • Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson

    Justice Department Finds Pattern of Police Bias and Excessive Force in Ferguson

    Police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, have routinely violated the constitutional rights of the city's black residents, the Justice Department has concluded in a scathing report that accuses the officers of using excessive force and making unjustifie...

  • Pregnant Women in India Are Dangerously Underweight: Study

    Pregnant Women in India Are Dangerously Underweight: Study

    A child raised in India is far more likely to be malnourished than one from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe or Somalia, the world's poorest countries.

  • Shooting of Nemtsov Draws Comparisons to Death of Another Putin Foe

    Shooting of Nemtsov Draws Comparisons to Death of Another Putin Foe

    The fatal shooting in Moscow last week of a Russian opposition leader, Boris Y. Nemtsov, has prompted comparisons with the 2006 poisoning of Alexander V. Litvinenko, another foe of President Vladimir V. Putin.

  • In China's Legislature, the Rich Are More Than Represented

    In China's Legislature, the Rich Are More Than Represented

    Lawmakers in much of the world are often accused of being in the pockets of billionaires. But there is a difference in China. Here, the lawmakers are the billionaires.

  • The Cry Being Heard Around Washington: 'I Need a Netanyahu Ticket'

    The Cry Being Heard Around Washington: 'I Need a Netanyahu Ticket'

    For Sen. Lindsey Graham, the only ticket more in demand than a seat inside the House chamber for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress on Tuesday morning would be "if it was Garth Brooks - maybe."

  • Ancient Chinese Vase Set to Fetch $7.7 Million in Hong Kong

    Ancient Chinese Vase Set to Fetch $7.7 Million in Hong Kong

    A simple Chinese vase made over 800 years ago and unveiled in Hong Kong on Monday is expected to fetch HK$60 million ($7.7 million) when it goes under the hammer next month, Sotheby's said.

  • China's Tech Industry Turns Attention to Food Safety

    China's Tech Industry Turns Attention to Food Safety

    From the farm to the table, the countrys biggest players are looking to upgrade archaic systems with robust data collection, smartphone apps, online marketplaces and fancy gadgetry.

  • Visits to My Bikram Yoga Studio Have Become a Walk of Shame

    Visits to My Bikram Yoga Studio Have Become a Walk of Shame

    I succumbed to the spell of Bikram yoga during a cold winter in Washington. At the time, I was feeling depressed, lethargic and a bit chunky. During a routine physical, my doctor had discovered that my testosterone level was abnormally low for someon...

  • Protesters Rally in New York After Kremlin Critic's Murder

    Protesters Rally in New York After Kremlin Critic's Murder

    Dozens of protesters rallied in New York City on Sunday near the Russian permanent mission to the United Nations to denounce the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, despite fear of reprisals to themselves or family members back in Russia.

  • Apple's New Job: Selling a Smartwatch to an Uninterested Public

    Apple's New Job: Selling a Smartwatch to an Uninterested Public

    The Apple Watch, which Apple introduced in September and is expected to be in stores in April.

  • Nearly Beaten in Sierra Leone, Ebola Makes Comeback by Sea

    Nearly Beaten in Sierra Leone, Ebola Makes Comeback by Sea

    Public health experts preparing for an international conference on Ebola on Tuesday seem to have no doubt that the disease can be vanquished in the West African countries ravaged by it in the last year.

  • Fertile Ground for Militancy in Hometown of Jihadi John

    Fertile Ground for Militancy in Hometown of Jihadi John

    With the news that Emwazi is one of the most notorious members of the Islamic State that loose group of young men has emerged as the latest example of a breeding ground for Islamic radicals in Europe.

  • An American Goads Islamist Attacks in Egypt

    An American Goads Islamist Attacks in Egypt

    Writing from an online perch in Istanbul, he calls on Egyptians to start off-hour attacks against KFC restaurants, banks, mobile phone shops and other corporate outposts. He urges assaults on the military's commercial interests instead of its securit...

  • Charming and Erratic, a Notorious Afghan Speaks

    Charming and Erratic, a Notorious Afghan Speaks

    One of Afghanistan's most notorious serial killers lives in a dank prison cell in Jalalabad, sharing bunk beds, meals and blankets with fellow inmates. But the guards do not carry weapons, and the prison aides spend much of their days socializing wit...

  • Leonard Nimoy, Who Was Known as Spock But Explored Other Worlds, Dies at 83

    Leonard Nimoy, Who Was Known as Spock But Explored Other Worlds, Dies at 83

    Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut "Star Trek," died Friday at his home...

  • Boris Nemtsov, Critic of Vladimir Putin, is Shot Dead in Moscow

    Boris Nemtsov, Critic of Vladimir Putin, is Shot Dead in Moscow

    A prominent Russian opposition leader, Boris Y Nemtsov, was shot dead in central Moscow late Friday within sight of the Kremlin walls.

  • A Simple Question About A Dress, And The World Weighs In

    A Simple Question About A Dress, And The World Weighs In

    The mother of the bride wore white and gold. Or was it blue and black?

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